Hi, Greg, I could do a split but I have a flow just about to start and would rather a little excitement than miss the final flow for the year. This is my Flow Hive we are talking about here, and my grandchildren will very be disappointed and drop me off the Top of the Pops list if they don’t get any honey for their toast and sandwiches.
I just went for a walk around and the girls are still busily re-orientating with absolutely no aggressive behaviour at all. That situation will no doubt change when I open the box tomorrow.
I also walked down the hill and there were about twenty lost bees near the trees, again no aggression.
With the weather being warm to hot I’ll let them work it out for themselves as I am sure that over the next couple of days they will find the new location or beg entry to the long hive.
Now… do I use a 1-2 beat or a 3-4? I wonder if a classical rhythm would be more effective than a rock, country or def metal? Maybe I should punk it up! Should I use my hands, dish mops, lumps of wood, or hammers? All the things I haven’t decided yet
Does anyone have a sound bite for the deaths head hawk moth when they are calming bees? I could play that as well